Taipei, Taiwan－December 12th, 2019－TTEL stands for Thermaltake Esports League. Established in 2019, the Thermaltake Esports League (TTEL) has served as a platform for competitive gaming communities to connect and compete. Kenny Lin – Chairman of TTEL Thermaltake Esports League and Thermaltake CEO founding it to operate grassroots leagues and cups, to make the “path to pro” available to everyone. We chose Crazy Racing Kart Rider as the first installment of our multiple esports events because this is a popular game in Asia. We understand there are different popular games for every region. We will pick and host tournaments of different games based on each region’s popular esports titles. Backed by Thermaltake Technology, TTEL will lead the way in making premium esports events in different countries around the world and to be accessible to all.
“The esports scene is totally different compared to 10 years ago. With the growth of gaming around the world, esports is becoming a form mainstream entertainment. I created the TTEL Thermaltake Esports League to provide gamers a platform to grow and shine. Starting from our home base in Taipei, we will be bringing TTEL to the global esports community.”
TTEL Thermaltake Esports League Chairman and Thermaltake CEO – Kenny Lin
TTEL Thermaltake Esports League – Crazy Racing Kart Rider Series has come to the end on December 7th (Sat)! From top 64 qualifiers, to top 32 and top 16, the contestants fought hard and through every competition for the past 3 months. On last Saturday, the final top 8 gave their all and fought over the right to take the championship trophy home.
“Congratulations to Challenge for winning the trophy! It was not an easy task. Also, thank you and good job to all contestants, your passion for esports motivated you to push through the 3 months of tough competition. Moreover, I really appreciate the gaming community for tuning in. TTEL Thermaltake Esports League will hold more tournaments, hope to see you all again!” Kenny Lin, TTEL Thermaltake Esports League Chairman and Thermaltake CEO.